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XR600 XR650l FMX650 wire diagram HELP

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I just bought a motor of an Honda FMX650 for my PIG . The reason was the price.

How is this CDI working? it's not the normal one I've seen

Can I use my XR600 stator, flywheel, wire loom, cdi, pick up generator

I understand that the cdi of the xr600 is not working with the E-start

Maybe this cdi fmx650 is better?

I really need som help on this

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thanks

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I forgott

XR650R Carb

JE psiton 101mm

HOTCAM stage1

K&N filter

This is my mods on the motor

My neibour is from the states and he's got an XR650l, his in the army.

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Without seeing it it's hard to tell.

You would need the XR600 Stator, CDI, spark coil at least. The stator need to fit of course and the gap between the end of the stator and the flywheel needs to be only a mm or 2 max. The only other component is the pickup for the CDI on the clutch side. It needs to have a single projection on the crank that sweeps by the pickup. No idea what the FMX uses for that.

It's kind of hard to see that wiring diagram. I found a full size one and it does seem to indicate that the FMX has a multi tooth pickup.

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I found this

this is from the fmx650

anticipo d'accensione: 8° BTDC (minimo) ~ 26° BTDC (5.750 min-1)

stator: 210 W

Light: 12 V 60W / 55 W

and this is from the xr600

6° (BTDC) a 1050-1550 giri/min

29-33° (BTDC) a 3500 giri/min

Do I have to buy a new cdi to have the caracter of the XR600?

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OK I'll take over for the 'captn...

If you have the XR600 engine electric's then you should be able to use them. You will have to use the XR600 single tooth pickup piece if th eFXM is a multi tooth.

If you have to buy XR600 stuff, then forget that plan and go with the megajolt. The megajolt requires the n-1 multi tooth pickup. You will then need to add a three phase regulator. Most three phase bike regulators are more or less the same.

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Im sorry but a have so many questions, witch one of the cdi gives the best results?

If you guys do the same swap what would you do?

Thanks for all the replies;-)

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Im sorry but a have so many questions, witch one of the cdi gives the best results?

If you guys do the same swap what would you do?

Thanks for all the replies;-)

If you plan on tuning for the most power, the megajolt would give the best results, I think.

There is some question as to the advance curves on the factory CDIs. The total advance is the same (for an XR600R and an XR650L, I think), but one may advance faster than the other(s).

The one that will work easiest (the correct one for the engine) may be the best bet. If the pickup is different on the FMX than what the CDI chosen is different, you may have problems.

But, this may be a trivial option/setting on the megajolt.

Dave

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The rev limiter on the Honda FMX 650 is set to 5800. Its using a multi touth pick.

Is't not possible to re-program the old cdi? the brand is keihin

have a good day

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